Press Release

One Year Later:
From the ashes of Super Storm Sandy, yet another arts organization struggles to fulfill its fundraising mission in addition to these challenged economic times.

The Town of Oyster Bay Arts Council Board of Directors spearheaded by Executive Director, Sharon Betz and President, Ted Firetog have dug deeply and pressed onward to recover its 4th Annual Celebration of the Arts Recognition Dinner scheduled at the Fox Hollow Inn on Thursday, November 7th.

This elegant gala event will serve a greater purpose.  It raises scholarship funds for college bound students in the arts.

A special entertainment gift through the generous funding by Peter Makus, Janice and Ed Werz and Martha Merideth— Dancers Brittany Larrimer, Marcello Bernard and J Ryan Carroll will set the dance floor ablaze compliments of the world renowned Ajkun Ballet Theatre.

Theresa Statz-Smith, Executive Director of the Long Island Arts Alliance will be the special guest speaker for the evening.

In addition, the Town of Oyster Bay Arts Council will recognize four honorees who have greatly contributed to the promotion of the performing and visual arts while enhancing the lives of the Long Island community.  The Independent Arts Society, the Long Island Banjo Society, the Long Island Composers Alliance and the Martha Merideth School of Dance, Theatre and Drama

Martha’s student Grace Azmitia has joined the National Ballet of Cuba.

The 4th Annual Celebration of the Arts

Thursday, November 8th 2012 ·Fox Hollow Inn, Woodbury

Martha and her school are being honored for her exceptional track record and the alumni of her school that are performing all over the world.

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